box loom

[ boks-loom ]
/ ˈbɒks ˌlum /

noun

a loom with a number of shuttle boxes on one or both sides of the lay, enabling the weaver to use a variety of colors in the filling direction.

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Origin of box loom

First recorded in 1905–10
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